Darlene and Jim had a wedding this last weekend at Anthony’s in Edmonds.
Have you ever heard that George Straight song, Check Yes Or No? When I first met Ayla and Ray and heard their story, that song popped into my head.
Sandi and Simon got married out at the beautiful A Chapel on Swan’s Trail in Snohomish.
Anne & Jon’s love story seems like it is straight off the pages of a good love story, which is only appropriate considering that they met in a NaNoWriMo writing group.
Mary and Josh are the epitome of that perfect love story that you think only happens in the movies.
So, I’m not normally one to glob onto things that are trendy just because they’re trendy. But every once in a while, something tickles my fancy, and I get super excited about it.
Shannon and Trevor got married at the Mukiltieo Rosehill Community Center this last friday, and they couldn’t have asked for a nicer day. The rain that was forecasted stayed up in the clouds, which speckled the sky and kept things cool. The breeze kept blowing Shannon’s dress in ways that a photographer usually only can dream of, and their small crowd of friends and family were all smiles, wishing the couple their very best.
When I met Dallas and Taylor (with their entourage) this last winter, everyone showed up to our meeting wearing Seahawks gear. I had inadvertently worn a navy blue shirt over a lime tank top, so I felt like I fit right in. It really came to no surprise when I found out the theme of the big day. You guessed it: SEAHAWKS!
If there’s one question that I get asked by almost every couple we meet with, it’s a variation on “How long will photos take?”
This afternoon, Mike and I headed down to Seattle from Marysville for an engagement photography session. It was rainy and nasty outside, but that was no big deal because we knew we’d be inside. We were heading to the Volunteer Park Conservatory up on Capitol Hill to meet our bride and groom to be. It was super humid inside, and crowded (guess a rainy Sunday in Seattle is a good day to go look at tropical flowers!). But we still had a great time with Julia and Tracy. They were even good enough sports to let me drag them out in the rain for a few fun umbrella photos at the end of out session.